Posts Tagged ‘online marketing’

February 27th, 2020

The Email Autoresponder

by Rahimah Sultan







The highest performing email strategy used by business is the autoresponder. Autoresponders provide the user with context while building trust, and they:

Allow you to continually show your best content.
Allow you to deliver the same high-value experience to every new subscriber.
Are great places to mention related offers without sounding dishonest.
Make sure your new subscribers do not forget you.

As a business owner, two of your biggest concerns are likely finding new customers and not having enough time in the day. So, email marketing is essential to growing your customer base.

The email autoresponder is a valuable email marketing tool that gives you the opportunity to share new content, build an email list or start promoting your latest product or service.

An autoresponder is a series of emails, generally focused on a particular topic, sent in a preset sequence at scheduled intervals. This process can begin when someone opts in to your general email list or you can create new lists for those who want the content.

Select a smart topic for your autoresponder in order for your autoresponder series to be a hit. To do this you can select some of your current customers and ask them via email, phone or survey what they would like to see from you.

Social media is a great research tool or you can check out some blogs in your niche and look at comments and what is being shared.

Check your own content for shares, comments, and analytics. If your site has a search tool, see what visitors have searched for. You can also use keyword research to check the popularity of various keyword searches in your niche.

Here are a few free tools you can use instead paying for high level keyword suggestion tools.

1.Google Adwords: Keyword Planner

Google has been a favorite for many years

2.Adword & SEO Keyword Permutation Generator

It’ll point you toward some ideas that you may not have previously considered. The downside of this tool is that the list you get may not make sense, so you have to sort through it for the keywords that make sense for your site or content.

3.IMforSMB Bulk Keyword Generator

Although this tool is good for particular types of sites such as local service companies, you can still use it by replacing some of the keywords with your own, in the search results.

4.Keyword In

Use this for a simple way to combine your keywords and generate a list of potential keywords.

Although I’ve only listed four free keyword tools, you can “Google” keyword research tools for more. Now, let’s move on.

1. Decide what you want to accomplish with your autoresponder.

A. Send new subscribers a sequence of welcome emails

When a prospect or customer clicks on a link and makes a purchase or when anyone signs up for your newsletter or membership in your program, they should get an immediate response via your autoresponder, to show your appreciation for their time and effort. This email can contain a free thank you gift, a link to a how-to-set-up something or a series of educational emails.

B. Use it as a lead magnet to attract new subscribers to your list

This could be a free mini-course or a free challenge that promises to send a series of emails with lessons, over the course of a certain time frame of several days or weeks.

C. Create a sales funnel to make sales on autopilot

You can incorporate educational videos, sales videos, and follow ups to sell your products/services.

D. Promote up-sells and cross-sells

To get repeat customers, you can set up an autoresponder sequence for those who have purchased a digital camera, for example, and offer them accessories for it, or you can send a re-order reminder to customers who have bought skin-care products.

2. Segment your list

You can divide your list into smaller groups such as buyer persona, interests, stage in the sales cycle and more.

By doing this you can send specific and more relevant information to each segment for better results.

3. Choose the proper email software

Do your segmentation from the moment someone subscribes to your email list. That way you can present offers based on how they found your content, whether a visitor has already opted in to another offer, etc.

You’ll need email automation in order to schedule and send your email series.

4. Set up your entire email sequence

Decide on a schedule, how many emails to place in your autoresponder, and the delivery intervals.

You may want to send them on consecutive days or space them out over a week or longer, or only once a week. Test what works or emulate a series you’ve seen and like.

Decide how your emails should look. You can use plain text or HTML, sidebar or single column, many images or one or none. Whatever you decide, be sure they can be easily read. Use short paragraphs and leave plenty of white space.

Conclusion

The highest performing email strategy used by business is the autoresponder. Most businesses can use autoresponder email marketing as an effective automated tool to build and grow their business.




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February 11th, 2020

Blog Article Marketing Problem







In recent years, there’s been a lot of talk about article marketing still having a place in entrepreneurs’ toolkit. Like most digital marketing techniques, article marketing has just changed. It provides valuable SEO and is still considered a worthwhile marketing method.

At one time, even poorly written articles and those that weren’t original or grammatically correct performed well in the SERPs. With the change in Google and other search engine algorithms, relevance and context began to be rewarded.

1. Original content makes better blogs

After Google rolled out these algorithmic changes it’s apparent that article marketing has changed. It is no longer about keyword packing or mass-producing low-quality content. Instead, today’s entrepreneurs need to produce original content. One way to do this effectively is to…

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November 19th, 2019

Internet Marketing Using Digital Channels And Social Media

by Rahimah Sultan






Internet marketing using digital channels and social media is a part of overall marketing. There are many components to a digital marketing campaign. Social media is only one of all the available channels for digital marketing.

Social media platforms bring many people together to exchange information.

Any form of marketing products or services using electronic devices is digital marketing. This type of marketing has been around as long as electronic devices, beginning with the radio, and can be done online and offline.

Digital marketing is advertising delivered through digital channels such as social media, mobile applications, email, web applications, search engines, websites, or any new digital channel.

For a well-rounded marketing strategy, you need to use both online and offline marketing.

While millions of dollars can now be earned from home using laptops and cell phones and the like, there’s still a place for offline marketing.

There is enhanced offline marketing which includes restaurants using ipads for customers to create orders, as well as radio, television, and phone marketing.

Enhanced offline marketing also includes electronic billboards, and some are interactive. Other forms of this type of marketing include local people in your community wanting to be rappers and rockers handing out mix tapes and CDs and now probably USB sticks to get you to listen to their music.

The podcast model is now used on internet radio; that is, advertising right before the show begins and just before the end of the show. You must be entertaining in order to do well on radio.

When it comes to online marketing, there are several large categories:

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing your online content to ensure your site ranks high in the search engines for relevant keywords and phrases.

Search engine marketing (SEM) or search marketing falls under SEO and is paid search or pay per click (PPC)

Content marketing which has been around longer than the internet, tells a story about your product or service to help improve conversions. Content marketing allows you to connect with and educate your leads, customers and prospective purchasers with whom you work to build trust and relationships to encourage them to make an educated purchasing decision.

Social Media Marketing (SMM) is the practice of creating content that you have customized or tailored to work within the context of each individual social media platform so that you can drive user engagement and sharing.

Pay-per-click advertising (PPC) is an internet advertising model… Wikipedia

Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting a product you like to others and receiving some of the profit for each sale you make.

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Email marketing is the process of using email to promote your business. It’s used to foster relationships with potential customers, keep current customers informed and updated about your brand, offer coupons to encourage customer loyalty, and much more.

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Unbounce has a great graphic that sums up all kinds of online marketing in one neat chart.

Here’s a great place to get started with your online marketing:

For a well-rounded digital marketing strategy, both online and offline marketing are needed. The number of people spending more time on electronic devices is growing.

Traditional appliances and devices such as refrigerators, ovens, and billboards will all be modernized to leverage digital media. Whoever controls more eyeballs generates more revenue.

Internet marketing using digital channels and social media matters because it’s where the attention lies. That’s why Google and Facebook generate more revenue than any traditional media company, because they control the most eyeballs.

The channels that make up digital marketing are search engines, social media, blogs, affiliate marketing, emails, online ads, and mobile apps.



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October 28th, 2019

Online Marketing: Get Your Business Online

by Rahimah Sultan





The obvious purpose of internet marketing is to sell goods, services or advertising over the internet, although that’s not the only purpose. A company may be marketing online to communicate a message about itself or to conduct research.

Basically, internet marketing refers to the strategies that are used to market a product or service online.

You need to be online in order to help potential customers and clients find your business.

The importance of online marketing is put forward in this article titled What Is Internet Marketing? by Susan Ward.






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August 21st, 2019

Content Marketing to Build Audience Relationships

by Rahimah Sultan







There are some brands whose information you look forward to receiving. Then there are those that are so annoying that you wonder why you even bothered.

When you use properly implemented content marketing to build audience relationships, you can expect a positive outcome from your target audience.

“The first step in creating a truly impactful content marketing plan that leads to lasting relationships with your target audience is really understanding …”

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August 4th, 2019

Changes Affecting Content Marketing

by Rahimah Sultan






The digital marketing of your products and services has changed drastically in 2019. As you well know, each year, marketing gets more expensive and ever more competitive.

One of the big reasons we are seeing digital marketing change so much is because of the adoption of new technologies, and web saturation. One of the current changes affecting content marketing involves voice search.

SEO for your content marketing is changing to voice search, as more people are using devices like Google Home and Alexa. Other changes affecting content marketing include:

Targeting Micro-Moments

People are checking their mobile phones while in a store ready to purchase an item. They are doing price comparisons, looking up product information, and checking online reviews. These actions are centered around the micro-moment, the immediate now, and are happening anywhere and anytime. Generally, people do voice searches when they’re in a hurry. As a marketer, you can use this to your advantage, by targeting the right keywords.

Long-Tail Keywords

Long-tail keywords are best suited to voice searches, as they are more like actual questions people ask. A long-tail keyword is simply more words combined to mimic people’s speech. Instead of saying buy dresses, as you would if typing, you’d say buy long denim dresses or buy mini dresses. Voice searches are more conversational. Wordstream.com and serpstat.com are good keyword tools. Of course you can check online for others and decide which suit your needs and budget.

A Fast-Loading Site

If people leave your site when they’re typing in a search, a slow-loading site is even more detrimental to voice searches. After all, they’re doing voice search because they’re in a hurry. Be sure your website loads quickly to cut down on the bounce rate.

Knowing Searchers’ Intent

It is important to study what searchers really want when they use your target keywords, whether it’s voice search or text search.

Write your content in a way that answers questions like what, how, when and where. If your website is based on shoes your keywords should reflect that. Discuss the type, colors and sizes, how they differ from others and the benefits of owning a pair, and where to purchase them. Discuss these particular points in your advertising content.

When optimizing your website content for voice SEO or text, what you’re offering needs to match the intent behind the keywords.

Understanding Your Customer

To market successfully you need to know who people are, how they think, and what they want. You must understand your customer.

Create an avatar of your ideal customer. An avatar is a made-up individual that represents your ideal customer. Be as specific as possible; name, age, gender, goals, challenges, etc.

Treat your customer avatar like a real person, and then gear your content directly to their needs and wishes.

Increasing Sales Funnel Generation

Just as with regular text search voice searchers are asking how to do things. Do some keyword research to find out what questions your ideal customer might have and create content that targets those keywords, thus increasing the opportunity to get people to your website. Then you can start to build a relationship getting them to know, like and trust you which can lead to future sales.

Having A Mobile-Responsive Website

With all the devices used by people searching for information, you know a mobile-responsive website is a must.

People who use voice search are generally using mobile devices. Check your site here.

Finally, you should always test and tweak. Analyze, check your strategy, link building, SEO, and make any needed changes.

You must keep your website and your strategies up to date. By using the suggestions here you will be well on your way to being in step with voice search and the Changes Affecting Content Marketing.



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July 4th, 2019

Generate Passive Income With Successful Affiliate Marketing

by Rahimah Sultan




The definition of affiliate marketing is that you get paid a commission from an online retailer for traffic or sales generated from your referrals.

If you are new to online marketing, the following should help you to generate passive income with successful affiliate marketing.

The three-step process required is:

1. You recommending a product or service to your followers
2. Your followers purchasing the product or service using your affiliate link
3. You getting paid a commission for the sales made using your affiliate link

Some advertising would have you believe that you can make lots of money for doing nothing. But the truth is more complicated than that.

There are seven steps you must take to avoid becoming overwhelmed and overloaded. These are the four initial steps that need to be taken.

Find Your Niche (or neesh)

Choosing a niche will give focus to your business, help you with content, and help make it easier to  create targeted marketing campaigns.

When choosing a niche consider:

1. What you’re passionate about and already have knowledge of
2. Whether your knowledge on the topic is enough to write at least 100 blog posts
    (for search engine optimization or asserting your authority)
3. Oversaturation in the niche
4. Whether or not there is money in the niche

Build a Website

You need a website and a blog with the blog being the main focus of your site. Your website should also include several pages:

1. About to inform people a little about you and your business
2. Contact for sharing all the information you want to share with your readers, advertisers and
    potential partners
3. Disclaimer if your site is monetized
4. Privacy Policy to let users know if you collect information and how you use it
5. Terms of Service limiting your liability in case of misuse of information or services provided
    on your site and detailing user responsibilities regarding copyrights and trademarks
6. Custom 404 Page
7. Advertise if you plan on selling on-site ads, include a page for advertisers with information
    about available spots, monthly views, audience demographics, and a contact form

These pages are important to build trust with your audience.

Now that you have your website, it’s time to create good-quality content.

Create Quality Content


There are different requirements for joining affiliate programs. Some networks and programs want you to have already established content, site traffic, and monthly views at a certain level before accepting you as an affiliate. Be sure to read the eligibility requirements for the specific networks and programs you’re considering before you apply.

You should have at least 5 strong posts already on your site with future posts scheduled.

Grow Your Email List

Email is still the #1 communication channel for marketing. An easy way to grow your email list is by adding a popup to your site.

Now that you’ve taken care of the first four steps, it’s time for step 5, choosing your affiliate products / services.

Choose Affiliate Products to Promote

Now that you’ve chosen your niche you need affiliate products that fit and relate to your content.
Now on to step 6, which is joining an affiliate program.

Join an Affiliate Marketing Network

If there is something that you already use you can promote that. If not you can make a list of things and do a Google search for related affiliate products and programs.

You can promote products that fill a need, those that your audience wants to know about, and products from others in your niche.

Before signing up, thoroughly research everything. Do not promote products you don’t use or know nothing about.

The last thing you need to do is track the performance of your affiliate producrs.

Track Your Results

Track your affiliate links to help you understand which products perform better with your audience. This allows you to provide better products to them in the future, and you can use this knowledge to provide them with better content. They will keep returning to you.

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And there you have it; how to Generate Passive Income With Successful Affiliate Marketing.



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June 16th, 2019

Business Success With Social Media Marketing

by Rahimah Sultan



These days it seems that everyone is on social media. As an entrepreneur launching your own business, you are your own CEO, PR team and social media squad. Obtaining business success with social media marketing is the market trend and a must for newcomers to online business.



New entrepreneurs need to pay attention to 6 things: authenticity, finding your niche, being consistent across all platforms, getting offline and meeting people, content, and Facebook and Google Ads.



Jason Pinchoff discusses these in his article The Pinch List: Top 6 Social Media Musts, which you can read here.



 

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June 4th, 2019

Blogging in 2019

by Rahimah Sultan






There’s a new strategy for setting up a blog and making money in 2019, that’s easier and faster.

Although the use of video content and social media platforms is so dominate, you might think blogging is out of date. That is not so. Companies, non-fiction authors, lifestyle entrepreneurs, and businesses with millions of potential customers are benefiting from blogging in 2019. There is always the inevitable failure that comes with starting something new, and the same applies to starting a blog. You will make mistakes. Most people fail and retry several times before having success. This is costly in time and money.

If you want to start a blog use the new way that speeds up the process of chasing a bad idea from months and even years to weeks or days.

Just getting your blog started is the hardest part. Take the step and see what happens.

Check out this AWESOME step-by-step guide by Jon Morrow and start blogging today.

Check this out for your blogging in 2019.



May 19th, 2019

Why You Should Use Autoresponders

by Rahimah Sultan

 

If you’re just starting out with online business, you may not be familiar with autoresponders.



An autoresponder is a computer program that automatically answers e-mail sent to it; messages set to go out automatically after a contact subscribes to your list.



You should use autoresponders to help automate your business which saves a lot time. If you’re skillful in how you use them, autoresponder emails can generate a lot of income for your business. This is the main reason why you should use autoresponders.



You need an email marketing application to send out your autoresponders. There are many from which to choose. Do an online search for autoresponders, check them out and make comparisons, then choose one that suits your needs. The range is from very basic to certain pieces of software or web apps that you need to integrate with mailing lists for your website or store. Remember, you get what you pay for so choose wisely.



If you already have a mailing list, you can use autoresponders to:



— Send out any type of greeting such as for birthdays and related offers


— Move a subscriber from one set of communications (list) to another after their initial purchase (from buyer to an upsell)


— Send people reminders to encourage renewing after a certain period of time (warranties, policies, etc.)


— Automatically send follow-up information about your other products/services



Some tips for sending autoresponses



Be reasonable with timing. Don’t send every day. Your initial email should acknowledge your subscriber with a thank you and include a link to the product or service s/he signed up for. Then send one the next day acknowledging their subscription with the link again, and state something like “Just in case you missed the email, here’s the link again.”



After the first two immediate emails, you might send something once a week, but not always selling something. You might let your list know about your latest blog post, or something you found that will help them in their business.



Keep the communication relevant to your niche. That is, what you are promoting and your website or blog content.



Stay on the right side of GDPR — data protection laws. This means that you must always have explicit consent before sending any autoresponders (emails), and make it easy for users to unsubscribe from your emails.



If you have a special announcement or promotion, general news updates or are marking a special occasion you can do this manually in an e-newsletter or by using the broadcast function in your email marketing system.

Saving time to work on other aspects of your business is the main reason why you should use autoresponders.




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